The CW Fall 2019 Schedule: Batwoman & Supergirl Pair Up, Arrow Moves
The CW has unveiled its Fall 2019 schedule, which pairs Batwoman with Supergirl on Sundays and strikes Arrow to Tuesdays with The Flash. It’s been seven years now since Arrow launched the community’s shared DC TV universe, and the franchise has grown by leaps and bounds since then. At the second, the Arrowverse consists of not solely Arrow and The Flash, but in addition DC’s Legends of Tomorrow, Supergirl, and animated collection like Freedom Fighters: The Ray and Vixen on CW Seed. The property will solely proceed to develop this fall, with the addition of the Ruby Rose-led Batwoman TV present.
Rose made her debut because the different Caped Crusader, Kate Kane, on final 12 months’s Arrowverse Elseworlds crossover occasion, however her collection was solely simply ordered by The CW final week. The community’s different current acquisitions embody a brand new adaptation of the Nancy Drew books (starring newcomer Kennedy McMann) and Riverdale spinoff Katy Keene, which options Pretty Little Liars‘ Lucy Hale because the titular character. Now, with the 2018-2019 season drawing to an in depth this month, The CW is wanting ahead to its post-summer programming slate.
The community revealed its complete Fall 2019 roster this morning, setting Batwoman and Supergirl to air again to again on Sunday nights (beginning at eight pm), and Arrow to air Tuesdays after The Flash. Meanwhile, All American and Black Lightning will air Monday nights, adopted by Riverdale and Nancy Drew on Wednesdays, and Supernatural and Legacies on Thursdays. Charmed, which beforehand aired with Supergirl on Sundays, will now air again to again with Dynasty on Friday nights as a substitute. And lastly, Legends of Tomorrow‘s subsequent season and Katy Keene will each premiere midseason.
As jam-packed as The CW’s authentic programming slate shall be this fall, reveals like Batwoman can have a bit extra room to breathe within the foreseeable future. Arrow, for starters, is about to start its eighth and final season, which shall be shortened to coordinate with this 12 months’s Arrowverse crossover Crisis on Infinite Earths (an occasion that guarantees to completely change the DC TV panorama). Elsewhere, Supernatural can be making ready to enter its endgame and can begin wrapping issues up when its fifteenth and last season premieres within the fall. Of course, The CW will not be hurting for programming as soon as they’re finished, between these new TV collection, present hits, and returning midseason choices like In the Dark, The 100, and Roswell, New Mexico.
Still, it is solely becoming that Arrow end its run by airing alongside its very first spinoff, The Flash, this fall. Something related may very well be mentioned for Batwoman being paired with Supergirl because the lead-in to the week, very similar to the latter and Charmed provided a double dose of women-led style leisure on Sunday nights this previous 12 months. And with Crisis on Infinite Earths promising to shake the Arrowverse to its core this December (or one thing to that impact, anyway), it appears there could also be different as-yet unexpected modifications on the horizon for these small display screen DC superheroes and the community they name residence.
Source: The CW